kick plate


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kick plate

n.
A protective sheet of metal attached to the bottom of a door.
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The kitchen/breakfast room is beautifully fitted out with porcelain floor tiles that lead from the entrance hall; white, high-gloss floor and wall units; granite worktops; and LED kick plate lights.
Thank to the center's kick plate, a device that lets the rear wheels slip on damp road, participants were able to feel how the car slipped on the road and learn counter-steering maneuver.
The Dynamic Package is coupled with less SV trim, having the Medallion's spoiler, wheels and kick plate and a side rocker moulding.
The kick plate running along the bottom of your kitchen cabinets is usually removable.
A new doorknob starts around $30; a kick plate ranges from $15 to $30, depending on the metal.
The interior has the same sporty feel and features a black dashbord, aluminium sports pedals, leather and Alcatara upholstery, a moulded steering wheel with red or white stitching and kick plate with the Quadrofoglio Verde logo.
Its %-inch white interior walls are protected by a 24-inch Advantech Kick Plate.
Novavision, Vacumet and Angell-Demell won this award for the holographic kick plate on the North American version of the Nissan Leaf electric car, which was seen as a novel and unusual application of a hologram.
Other durable features of the standard M-34 include an abrasion-resistant lower hopper and screw trough, a 1-in, manganese roof plate and kick plate requiring no additional liners, and a severe duty mill.
Other details include the aluminium pedal unit and sill plates, the carbon fibre kick plate with customised Abarth 695 Maserati Edition graphics, and a plate with the car's series number from 1 to 499.
You will also require a kick plate around the platform perimeter as an additional safety precaution.